Seller agrees, upon request, to furnish Buyer with a certificate or certificates in such form as Buyer may require certifying that Seller is in compliance with all such terms and conditions as well as any applicable law or regulation. The Equal Opportunity Clause in Section 202 Executive Order No. 1246, amended, relative to Equal Employment Opportunity, and the implementing rules and regulations of the Office of Federal Contract Compliance, and Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act, are incorporated herein by specific references.
A. Buyer shall be notified by the Supplier of any known nonconformance to workmanship or material in connection with parts or materials supplied, that does not meet engineering drawing or documents detailing materials supplied to buyer under contract or Purchase Order.
B. In the event that nonconforming materials are present, and the materials are deemed acceptable or useable by the Supplier, it is still the responsibility of the Supplier to inform Buyer so that a determination can be made for the use of said materials by Buyer.
C. Any changes to materials or workmanship made after the time of the original purchase order shall be reported to Buyer for approval prior to acceptance.
D. Buyer requires that supplier facilities be open for auditing and inspection of materials, processes, and records; including certificates of conformance, connected with products supplied to Buyer.
E. Buyer requires that all Suppliers require all Sub-tier Suppliers to meet the same requirements above. All Sub-tier Suppliers must be approved by Buyer via written consent.
F. Where a certificate of conformance is required by Buyer for materials or special processes; the Supplier shall retain all test data and a record of the source of certificate of conformance data on file for review by Buyer, not less than seven years. All records shall be readily accessible to Buyer upon request.